The status of a domain name can be seen in it’s whois information. The whois information can be seen via any online whois tool like http://who.is/
This is not as complex as it sounds. Most of these domain name status codes are variations of a few basic states. Here is a complete list of domain name status codes along with an explanations of each code.
COM and NET Domain Name Status Codes
These are the 6 domain name status codes used for COM and NET domains: Learn More
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Applied to: Windows Hosting Plan
ASP.net developers should be aware of the aspnet_client folder in their web space. This folder is related to ASP.net runtime validation and has its own importance. This folder is automatically created when you enable the ASP.net extension on your site. The aspnet_client folder contains the client-side code used by some of the ASP.NET Web Form controls (namely validation, SmartNavigation). The scripts contained in this folder get called by web pages that utilize controls that need these scripts. If you use a control that uses one of the scripts in this folder and the script can’t be found, then that control will not be able to do its client-side job.
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Related to: Email sending/SMTP problem on the client side
“Sending’ reported error (0x800CCC65) : ‘Your outgoing (SMTP) e-mail server has reported an internal error. If you continue to receive this message, contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP). The server responded: 503 Valid RCPT command must precede DATA’”
The most common reason for this issue is that your mail client fails to authenticate the server. Generally, this is caused when the email client’s (for example MS Outlook) SMTP authentication is not switched on.
This error can be resolved using the following: Learn More
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